Thursday, August 5, 2010

Kimono Thank You

This is a quick Thank You card. The kimono is folded using origami 6x6 paper. The Vanilla background is embossed. Punch those corners with the ticket corner punch - and how easy is that? I did decide to add a small piece of Gold with a gold knot on the waist (the obi?). Stamp the image in Lovely Lilac, punch using the word window and back with Real; red using the Modern Label Punch. The kimono is attached with dimensionals to the card.

A closer view:
There are more cards that can be made since I folded about 12 of these kimonos.

This is what was used to make this card:
(1) 5-1/2 x 8-1/4" Lovely Lilac CS (retired), scored @ 4-1/4 on the 8-1/2" side
(1) 4" x 5-1/4" Real Red CS

(1) 3-3/4 x 5 Very Vanilla CS
(1) folded Kimono (made with 6x6 Origami paper

Thank you for stopping by today........................

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Are you going to have a tutorial on how to fold the kimono?

Rhonda Miller said...

Wow, what a great card. TFS.

Helen said...

Love the embossing folder! Lovely card as always.

Brenda said...

This is a great card. Hope you don't mind if I CASE it. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

This is a second request for a folding tutorial!
Thanks ahead of time.
I love it!
Cheers, SG

carpediem said...

oh yes please could you show us how to fold the kimono or perhaps give us a link to the directions? love the card!

Jan Castle said...

Please show us how to fold the kimono...please, please, please!!!!
Thanks in advance for considering this request!
Jan Castle

Corinne said...

oh très classe!!
bravo..
bises de la France

martinaquill said...

Please I what to know too how to fold the kimono, please. Marvelous

Terry said...

Love this card!! Need the directions for the kimona Patti....please, please.
TY for sharing all your wonderful, beautiful cards and projects.
You truly make my day.

md said...

yesssssssssssssssss super top
md

Whimcees said...

Hello!

I would like to send you an award and have left it for you on my blog.

Wishing you a good Sunday!

Barbara Diane
http://whimcees.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Love it!
Can you tell me the names of the embossing folders & where you got them?

eunice said...

I love this! Another amazing project, Patti! The kimonos are so beautiful...where did you get such awesome origami papers?

thank you kid said...

i like the clothes you used to make the dress